Why should you study English in the UK?
Getting to know the culture
For children and young people of 10 to 17 years old there are programmes based at a boarding school, a student residence or a host family. Besides studying, students will also take part in sporting and creative activities, join various clubs and societies and also have an opportunity to participate in a busy cultural programme and travel around the country.
Students can take on additional academic subjects, prepare for language exams or for applying to study at a British school.
3 to 9 year olds can be accompanied by their parents and take advantage of special courses that are offered in an easy play format.
The accompanying adult has an option to take an English course at the same school.
Students of 16 years old and older can choose from different group and individual courses of general English, business English, preparation for various exams, including IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge English.
When you find yourself in an English-speaking environment, you will feel that your vocabulary is growing. Understanding English speech will become easier and your spoken English – more confident. Isn’t it worth spending your holiday in England to get these benefits?
For students with a higher level of English, there is a vast choice of specialised programmes in business English, English for finance, English for medicine or law, as well as preparation programmes for international English tests, such as IELTS or TOEFL.
We will not only help you to organise your studies, but also arrange your accommodation in a host family, student residence or a hotel and provide you with the visa application support, as well as organise your airport pick up and drop off.
For those who are planning their first trip to a summer camp in England, it is useful to know that the majority of summer programmes for children under 16 are based at boarding schools outside of London.
This allows to combine life and study with excellent opportunities to take part in sporting and creative activities and play all in one place.
Most summer programmes start in July and the places should be booked half a year in advance, because many schools are already full by April.
Some summer schools such as Millfield cover vast grounds and take up to 1,000 students.
Other schools, like Roedean, have smaller grounds but have a beautiful sea view and are 10 minute walk away from the beach.